“It’s rare to find a genre novel so satisfying in its commitment to political realism . . .”
After burning out working with youth gangs in Los Angeles, Chicana social worker Rosa Medina retreats to Puerto de Luna, New Mexico. There, she intends to write a novel about Billy the Kid.
“Then again, true love required so much more than the boy-meets-girl stuff—and mutual attraction was the easy part.”
“a novel for those who like their suspense written in dark tones.”
“. . . just the right amount of suspense, mystery, and violence to keep the reader on edge.”
“A Discworld book is not simply a publication, it’s a universally celebrated event. And my goodness, what an event we are invited to in Snuff.
“J. D. Robb is at the peak of her powers as a writer—truly masterful.”
“. . . don’t be put off by the magic and sorcery. If you like noir and hard-boiled mysteries, you might want to give Low Town a chance.
(Blackwyrm Publications, July 2009)